Confirmation of the existence of two distinct genetic groups of infectious bursal disease virus in Australia.

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OBJECTIVE To characterise infectious bursal disease viruses (IBDVs) prevalent at major commercial sites throughout Australia and to compare the nucleic acid sequences of local strains of IBDV with those of characterised overseas strains. DESIGN Samples of bursae were collected from 20 broiler farms that belonged to different poultry companies in New South… (More)

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@article{Ignjatovic2002ConfirmationOT, title={Confirmation of the existence of two distinct genetic groups of infectious bursal disease virus in Australia.}, author={Jagoda Ignjatovic and Sandra I. Sapats}, journal={Australian veterinary journal}, year={2002}, volume={80 11}, pages={689-94} }